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'Thor: The Dark World' Dubbed 'Perfectly Adequate Marvel Movie' in Honest Trailer

February 5, 2014 (7:00 am) GMT
In the parody video by Screen Junkies, a narrator describes 'Thor 2' as 'another post-'Avengers' movie full of references to 'The Avengers' but no actual Avengers.'

"" gets mocked in an Honest trailer by Screen Junkies. The 3-and-a-half-minute video compiles actual scenes from the Marvel movie, but with a narration which hilariously describes the film.

"Thor is back in another perfectly adequate Marvel movie," the narrator says. Calling it the film that will tide fans over until "", the narrator adds that "Thor 2" is "another post-'Avengers' movie full of references to '' but no actual Avengers.' "

Highlighting Thor's love story with Jane Foster, the narrator continues, "When he's not battling yet another forgettable bad guy, watch as the mighty Thor mopes around Asgard in a snuggy because he's still hung up on a girl he spent one long weekend with and hasn't called in two years."

The team behind Honest Trailers previously poked fun at the first "" movie, calling it a new kind of superhero movie that's neither awesome (like "") or terrible (like ""), but is somewhere in the middle.

"Thor: The Dark World" starring and arrives on Blu-ray on February 25.

"Thor: The Dark World" Honest trailer:


"Thor" Honest trailer:


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